PHOENIX, Arizona, April 30. The Morning Swim Show ends the month of April with a look at the upcoming women's NCAA water polo tournament, then previews the possible contenders in the Olympic women's 400 freestyle.
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Host Brent Rutemiller opens the show with a rundown of the eight teams set to compete in the women's NCAA water polo championships next week. Then, he interviews John Tanner, the head coach of the second-seeded Stanford team. Tanner talks about his team's quest to unseat UCLA at the top of the pyramid, how the Olympics has affected his team and whether the exclusion of water polo from the upcoming Junior Olympics will affect the sport.
In Reaction Time, Swimming World Magazine senior writer John Lohn analyzes the women's 400 freestyle race in Beijing. He said it will probably take a sub-4:00 swim to win gold.